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Indian hockey team register biggest ever win against Pakistan at Hockey World League Semi-Final

 Indian hockey team register biggest ever win against Pakistan at Hockey World League Semi-Final

Akashdeep Singh celebrates scoring the fifth goal for India during the Hockey World League Semi-Final match against Pakistan at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London. India won the match 7-1. AP

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India and Pakistan players walk out to on the pitch for their Pool B match at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London. Image courtesy: Twitter/@TheHockeyIndia

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Talwinder Singh of tangles with Muhammad Aleem Bilal and Muhammad Yaqoob of Pakistan during the match on Sunday. AP

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Penalty corner specialist Harmanpreet Singh and forwards Talwinder Singh and Akashdeep Singh scored a brace apiece as a relentless India flayed Pakistan 7-1 in a Pool B clash to storm into the quarter-finals of the Hockey World League (HWL) Semi Final. Getty

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Indian hockey players celebrate scoring against Pakistan. Coming into the match, four-time world champions Pakistan had conceded four and six goals in consecutive losses to the Netherlands and Canada, respectively. Image courtesy: Twitter/@TheHockeyIndia

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With the 7-1 win, India moved to the top spot of the Pool B with nine points, while their neighbours are yet to open their account. Image courtesy: Twitter/@TheHockeyIndia

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Muhammad Umar Bhutta scored a consolation goal for Pakistan but couldn't save the team's blushes. Getty

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Indian hockey players celebrate their 7-1 win against Pakistan in their Group B clash of the Hockey World League Semi-final. Getty

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Updated Date: Jun 19, 2017 21:21:18 IST

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